3-day workshop for teachers begins at UoT

Published: September 23, 2018
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Registrar says all resources will be utilised for enhancing teaching standard.

PHOTO: AFP

Registrar says all resources will be utilised for enhancing teaching standard. PHOTO: AFP

QUETTA  : The University of Turbat (UoT) on Saturday kick-started a three-day training workshop under the Faculty Professional Development Program (FPDP) at the university’s main campus in Turbat.

Teachers from various educational institutions participated in the workshop aimed at enhancing professional skills of the participants through various courses, including micro-teaching, learners’ psychology, communication skills, teaching as a profession, and rules and regulations of semester system.

UoT Registrar Ghulam Farooq Baloch acknowledged the efforts of Programme Coordinator Qamber Ali, a lecturer at the Department of Management Sciences, and his team for organising the training workshop for capacity building of the faculty members and the visiting faculty.

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Baloch said the UoT management was committed to utilising all its resources for enhancing the teaching standard at the university.

Political Science lecturer Chakar Hyder, chemistry lecturer Basit Ali, Ameer Bakhsh and Assistant Controller Examinations Nadeem Jan participated in the training workshop as resource persons.

Last week, the Quality Enhancement Cell (QEC) had also organised a two-day training workshop at the UoT’s Gwadar campus.

Besides the visiting faculty members at the UoT’s Gwadar campus, the lecturers from Government Boys Degree College Gwadar, Government Girls Degree College Gwadar and GDA College Gwadar also participated in the training workshop.

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UoT Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Abdul Razzaq Sabir inaugurated the training workshop. QEC Director Prof Dr Gul Hassan, Gwadar Campus Director Ijaz Ahmed, Training Coordinator Muhammad Irshad Buledi and education department lecturer Sadia Naseer shared their views with the participants of the workshop.

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